Farm country has been a whirl of wheat harvest in recent weeks. While progress is on the downside for winter wheat, another crops is filling bins through parts of the show me state. University Extension Regional Agronomy Specialist Travis Harper says farmers with pasture ground have made a lot of progress cutting Fescue..
the crop is used for a number of reasons..
It’s common this time of year to see combines roll through pastures in southern Missouri. The hill country of the Ozarks and the lower quality soils through much of the region means row crop production is limited. Fescue is a perennial crop that grows reasonably easy in a variety of conditions.